Creating mini albums can be quite a lot of work, demanding precision, dedication and, above all, time. Which is why I decided to go the other way this time, and set out to create what I wanted to be the easiest mini albums ever made, while still deserving of the name mini album. I wanted to be able to finish them within 2-3 hours, while not needing a lot of materials and tools. Also, they needed to be able to hold a reasonable amount of pictures.
Today I’m sharing the results of my experiment – which were a success for these mini albums are in fact so simple that no tutorial is required! The only things you need are the materials and some tools:
- double-sided design paper
- very light-weight chipboard (or heavy cardstock)
- paper trimmer
- wire binding tool like the Cinch or the Bind-It-All.
The largest of the albums will hold up to 68 pictures, the smaller one about 25.
Just watch the video and you’ll immediately know what to do to make these 🙂 Have fun!
The card I created with the leftovers: